My students need Reading and Math Folder Games to practice skills they have been taught in class and to extend their learning.
This project expired on August 29, 2018.
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My primary students are fantastic! Each year, I receive a group of diverse learners, many of whom are economically disadvantaged but that doesn’t inhibit their willingness to learn and take risks in our classroom. They strive daily to please their teacher and help their peers. This year has been no different!
My young learners are encouraged to have a growth mindset even when minor challenges arise.
Their little smiles continuously warm my heart! For their young age, I am pleased to see the academic progress and successes that my students achieve each and every year!
As we have progressed through the school year, the students have made such gains with their reading and mathematics skills!
These Math and Reading Skills Folder Game Libraries will allow my students to become independent in their learning. The reading and math games develop a variety of skills with fun hands-on activities and games. The engaging games will be used as additional activities in students' independent learning stations. My students will be able to practice and master the skills they have learned through whole and small group instruction.
These math and reading games are aligned with the curriculum standards that students are working on throughout the school year.
Practicing these skills in a fun and engaging way will help students to better retain the information. The games will be used year after year, therefore, many students will have opportunities to have fun while learning!
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